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Cosmic Analog Ensemble (Shubbak Festival)

Marsm and Shubbak present: COSMIC ANALOG ENSEMBLE (Full band Europe debut) Spearheading an unparalleled discography of 80 albums over the span of 10 years, Cosmic Analog Ensemble is the project of the mastermind Lebanese producer and multi-instrumentalist Charif Megarbane. As part of Shubbak festival, he will be making his anticipated European full-band debut. Combining symphonic […]

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Hishek Bishek 13

DABKE | CHAABI | MAHRAGANAT | CHEESY CLASSICS | BELLYDANCE Journeying through the fascinating and bass-heavy musical landscape of the Middle East’s burgeoning electronic music scenes, Hishek Bishek has emerged as London’s most pulsing Arabic Electronic party. From cutting-edge releases to cheesy classics, killer Mahraganat tracks and hypnotic Dabke remixes from the Levant, Hishek Bishek […]

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Kahareb #2 كهارب – Best of Arabic Electronic & Underground Music

Marsm and Shubbak present: Bringing together the finest selection of electronic and underground artists from the Middle East and North Africa, Kahareb aims to celebrate the vibrant underground scenes of techno, folktronic, global bass, house, trance and more – and the spectacular regional talent that’s making it all happen. SAMA’ (SKYWALKER) ★ SHKOON ★ NURI […]

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The Trace of the Butterfly – A Tribute to Rim Banna

Singer-songwriter Tania Saleh, pianist Faraj Suleiman and MC Bu Kolthoum join a line-up of Palestinian musicians to celebrate the life and music of singer and activist Rim Banna. After a ten-year struggle with breast cancer, Palestinian singer Rim Banna’s life was cut short in March 2018. Now, a year on from her passing, a collection […]

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Faraj Suleiman Quartet [SOLD OUT]

As part of the EFG London Jazz Festival, Marsm and King’s Place present Palestinian composer and pianist Faraj Suleiman with this quartet. Born in a village in the upper Galilee, renowned Palestinian composer and pianist Faraj Suleiman has been playing the piano since the tender age of three. Influenced by his passion for Arabic music and eastern rhythms, it’s both […]


Rachid Gholam Presents: Spirit of Tarab

Rachid Gholam Presents: Spirit of Tarab A Musical Journey from Persia to Andalucia The second of a two-part concert series, MARSM is showcasing the enduring legacy of spiritual performance culture, partnering with iconic Moroccan singer Rachid Gholam and his full ensemble to showcase the worldwide premiere of ‘Spirit of Tarab’. ‘Spirit of Tarab’ presents a […]


Alaa Abu Diab

Alaa Abu Diab – London Debut Palestinian comedian Alaa Abu Diab is coming to London for an evening of satire and comedy as part of his upcoming tour also stopping in Ramallah, Lund, Amman, Haifa, Nazareth and Jenin. His razor edge wit and hilarious political commentary make this UK debut an evening not to be […]

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Hishek Bishek 11 (Featuring Zenobia)

On the forefront of the Levant’s electronic music scene, Zenobia is Palestinian powerhouse ensemble that blends Arabic pop melodies spanning from Palestine to North Africa with electronic beats and synth grooves. Hailing from Haifa, the duo is composed of Nasser Halahlih (electronics and synth) and Isam Elias (keyboards and synthesizer), who mix their set with […]


Le Trio Joubran – The Long March Album Release

Oud masters and innovators Le Trio Joubran perform music from a career spanning fifteen years including their anticipated new album The Long March. From a family steeped in Arabic music, the three brothers Samir, Wissam and Adnan Joubran have been touring the world with their ouds for the past fifteen years. Through their mesmerizing songs they attempt […]


Rachid Gholam – Live in Cambridge

Reviving the cultural treasure of the Muwashshah, Rachid Gholam’s stunning ensemble pays homage to the poetry, melody and form of one of the most iconic forms of classical Arabic music. Originally travelling from ancient Arabia to Andalusia with the legendary musician Zeryab in the 5th century, the Muwashshah developed in form, both lyrically and musically, across […]